TRENTON, NJ — Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Monday that New Jersey will once again have to make important statewide changes to New Jersey schools as the coronavirus crisis continues.
Murphy announced during a Monday news conference that the state Department of Education will, for the second time, be waiving a graduation assessment test requirement for all New Jersey 12th graders this spring.
This is due to COVID-19 and so many students forced to learn virtually from home, he noted.
The governor also extended the time in which certified teachers can work as substitutes, as school districts across the state